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Old Nov 13, 2005, 5:18 PM   #1
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Went for a drive in the mountains and came across a pack of coyotes. Unfortunately it was snowing and the pictures were taken into the little sun there was.

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Old Nov 13, 2005, 5:46 PM   #4
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Nice shots!

Around here they are very difficult to photograph - Very shy!

Nice!

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Thanks Dave. This is the closest I ever been to them. I just pulled over at the side of the road and snapped the shots. Usually they run away when you get close. Here's another.


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Good job on gettingthose shots! I like those.
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Great captures, Jim. Love that last profile shot with the snow showing.
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Good captures even if the situation wasn't perfect! Sometimes, you've just got to shoot while you can. I got a few shots of a coyote the other day... not near as close as yours. Had the wrong lens on of course and by the time I changed to the longer one, he was even further away.
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VERY nice shotsKildeer, so good to see stuff from other places!! They're pretty shy here too, in fact, so shy, nobody has EVER seen one :G
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VERY nice shots Kildeer, so good to see stuff from other places !! They're pretty shy here too, in fact, so shy, nobody has EVER seen one :G
I live in NYC, but Coyotes are just North of the City and from time to time wander in. I've seen them a number of times upstate, but just a shadow and they are gone.

If you have a small Poodle, they will help you get rid of it. Coyotee's are about fifty pounds roughly, no menace to people, but rug rats are highly esteeemed by them.

They are VERY clever. I deeply respect them. Really! They are one of the few mammals that are Expanding their range here. It's amazing to see one just out of NYC.

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